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Looking up: ceiling

For some reason, I like to photograph ceilings. This one has nice skylights, and some clerestory windows, too. And some apparatus left over from when it was a fire station. (Now it’s a gallery.)

LHUCA
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 5.5.2017

There is no more news

I hope no one is waiting to get the newspaper from this vending machine. But if they are, at least they can sit down while they wait.

Wolfforth, Texas
photographed 5.6.2017

Crowbar, Bible, and Construction

The little crowbar (which I was told is actually a pry bar) is holding down a broken-spine Bible at this house renovation out in the country. From the looks of things, the only original parts of the house that are being salvaged are the walls and the floor.

Yellowhouse Canyon, Texas
photographed 4.22.2017

Grace, reserved

Here we go: rectangles! And bounced light.

And grace, reserved.

Abilene, Texas
photographed 4.14.2017

Floating in a sea of light

This vacant building is now a parking lot, and while that may not be the very best use of an old building, at least the building’s still there.

And look at that light coming in the distant window, giving that far wall the appearance of floating.

Abilene, Texas
photographed 4.14.2017

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